Media release: Last chance to escape to the countryside at luxury Angus development

PROPERTY buyers looking to escape to the country have just once chance left to purchase at a luxury development in Angus.

Drumyellow near Arbroath is a development of three, top-of-the-range four and five bedroom homes which have been created by the conversion of an historic local farm steading and offer the last word in luxury in tranquil, rural surroundings.

Set in the heart of the beautiful Angus countryside within easy reach of both Aberdeen and Dundee, Drumyellow commands panoramic views from the coast washed by the North Sea, inland to be peaks of the Braes of Angus in the eastern Grampian Mountains.

And as well as those looking for an escape to the country, the development is sure to appeal to golfers too, sitting in close proximity to world class facilities at Carnoustie (five miles) and St Andrews (26 miles approx.)

Drumyellow has been converted to the very highest standards but what makes this historic building just that little bit extra special is the unusual feature of a round building.

At one time, this would have housed a working horse powering the farm’s threshing mill – now it forms one of the bespoke family kitchens which may be the last word in luxury making full use of the peaked ceiling and exposed timber beams.

Commenting on the venture, Scape Homes director, Andrew Jack, said: “We are a family business and endeavour to meet the expectations of the discerning buyer. At Scape Homes we pride ourselves on creating houses of distinction and quality in the right environment and the development at Drumyellow very much underlines this ethos.”

Amanda Wiewiorka, of selling agent, Wardhaugh Property Management Services, added: “It’s not often that a property like Drumyellow comes on the market and we are delighted to have been offered to opportunity to sell it.

“Drumyellow is country living at its best. It is an imaginative development, carried out to the highest specification in a beautiful part of the country. It combines the advantages of rural living with proximity to cities and villages, sporting and cultural venues. I endorse everything Andrew says. Whoever buys these properties really will be buying a dream home.”

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